Public Radio East is a media sponsor for the Pamlico Opry summer series. It starts this weekend at the Turnage Theater and is sponsored by the Beaufort County Arts Council and the Beaufort County Traditional Music Association. Kicking off the series is Raleigh based bluegrass/americana band "The Outliers" this Saturday at 8pm. Mac McKee speaks with band member Julie Brown about her beginnings in music and her career with The Outliers.
This week on the Down East Journal, a living history program in Bath explores the infamous pirate Blackbeard and his ties to the town. Plus, music and conversation with a member of the North Carolina based bluegrass/Americana band “The Outliers” ahead of their weekend performance at Turnage Theater. And, we debut the new Down East Journal theme and talk to its creator. Listen for the Down East Journal, Friday at noon on all of the PRE stations, and Saturday at noon on News and Ideas.
After being vacant for two years, the iconic Turnage Theater will soon open its doors again for theater performances and live musical entertainment. This week on the Down East Journal, we talk to the executive director of the Beaufort County Arts Council about the non-profits plans for the century old venue for the arts. And, we explore how new telecommunication technology is helping diabetes patients living in rural areas connect with specialist at East Carolina University.
After being vacant for two years, the iconic Turnage Theater will soon open its doors again for theater performance and live musical entertainment. We talk to the executive director of the Beaufort County Arts Council about the non-profit's plan for the century old venue for the arts.